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"How Righteousness Exalteth a Nation" is the subject at First Methodist Church tonight, but James F. Morton speaks on a purely secular subject. Morton is the field secretary of the New York State Single Tax League. He tells the First Methodist men's club that "there is nothing inherently immoral in

SARATOGIAN - 2017-11-23 05:00:00

Cambridge, Maple Grove to meet in rematch

WRGBThumbnail Since a week 5 loss to Greenwich, Cambridge has rallied for seven straight wins. They're the top-ranked team in the state. But Maple Grove is the second. Both teams enter Friday's rematch with 11-1 records. WRGBThumbnail Since a week 5 loss to Greenwich, Cambridge has rallied for seven

WRGB - 2017-11-22 23:08:23

Spa City comes together to make Thanksgiving a "feel-good day"

Joseph Phelan jphelan@digitalfirstmedia.com Volunteers prepare to serve Thanksgiving dinner for 1,000 people Thursday at the Olde Bryan Inn in Saratoga Springs. SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y.>> Throughout the week, several community groups gave worked to make Thanksgiving better for more than 4,000 people

SARATOGIAN - 2017-11-23 05:00:00

State Police: Driver had BAC of .26 percent

Brooke A. Wilson (NYSP) HOOSICK -- State Police have charged a Hoosick Falls woman with aggravated driving while intoxicated. Troopers received a 911 report by cell phone of an erratic driver on State Route 7 in Pittstown late Saturday night. Another call regarding the same vehicle reported it was d

WRGB - 2017-11-22 22:13:47

South Glens Falls puzzled by three versions of CSEA contract

SOUTH GLENS FALLS - Another records management problem has landed the village in hot water. The village labor union CSEA has a contract that is signed by both sides, but it's four pages longer than the signed copy at Village Hall. "Both are signed by all the same parties and with the same date," May

POST-STAR - 2017-11-23 01:30:00

South Glens Falls first-graders talk turkey

Click on the button below to set up your account or log in if you already have one. +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 +10 FacebookTwitterEmailPrintSave SOUTH GLENS FALLS - Six-year-old Michael Munger just loves his grandmother's apple pie on Thanksgiving. He even slips in

POST-STAR - 2017-11-22 23:00:00

Review: Hubbard Hall's 'Edwin Drood' wastes a lot of good talent

CAMBRIDGE, N.Y. >> Hubbard Hall has promoted their production of "The Mystery of Edwin Drood," as a new, revised one-act "90-minute lightning quick" version of the musical that in 1986 won the Tony Award for Best Musical. The original production, which was performed in two acts had a running time of

TROY RECORD - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Pair of towns vote to merge school districts

Voters in Pawlet and Rupert narrowly approved a school district merger Tuesday. The towns voted to create the Mettawee School District, merging their town districts and a union district they already belonged to under Act 46. In Pawlet, the vote was 259-201. The town elected Scott McChesney, Julie Ma

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-11-22 01:30:00

2017 Lorain County Football Coaches Association All-County teams

The 2017 All-Lorain County teams, as voted on by members of the Lorain County Football Coaches Association.Divisions I, II, IIIMost Valuable Offensive Back Ryan Maloy, Avon, Jr.Most Valuable Offensive lineman Jimmy McKenna, Avon, Sr.Most Valuable defensive lineman Antonio Wyatt, Lorain, Sr.Most Valu

MORNING JOURNAL - 2017-11-23 05:00:00

High school football: Avon and Clearview dominate top All-Lorain County honors

Ryan Maloy has had a successful season for the Avon Eagles. And it's still going on. The junior quarterback has led his team to an undefeated regular season, a Southwestern Conference championship, the top ranking in the state in Division II, a regional title and a berth in Friday's state semifinal

CHRONICLE-TELEGRAM - 2017-11-22 23:10:41

Lorain Police Citizens Academy graduates 13

Another group of Lorain citizens got an inside look at how police officers serve and protect the International City. The third class of the Lorain Police Citizens Academy graduated Nov. 20. Participants, family and friends, Lorain officials and police gathered at City Hall for a ceremony that serve

MORNING JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Salvation Army of Lorain celebrates Thanksgiving

Mark Costello, with Amherst Sliman's Chrysler Jeep Dodge & Ram sales department, serves slices of ham during the Salvation Army of Lorain's Thanksgiving dinner, Nov. 21, 2017. Eric Bonzar - The Morning Journal The Salvation Army of Lorain held its fourth annual Thanksgiving celebration at the Lorai


Waterfront Winterfest set for Nov. 25 in downtown Lorain

There won't be a parade but there will be plenty of fun at this year's holiday kickoff party in downtown Lorain, event planners say. Waterfront Winterfest will take place late afternoon and evening Nov. 25. "It's a free night, let Lorain kids enjoy themselves," said Lollie Bansek, co-planner with h


Freighters, once common, remain in memory for Lorain man

Don Talbot, 86, of Lorain, stands next to the scale model of the freighter Merton E. Farr, a ship his father served on as captain. Talbot has compiled scrapbooks devoted to Great Lakes freighters and the Port of Lorain at his home and he has his own memories from his boyhood along the Black River.


Lorain Council not rezoning Oak Point Road

LORAIN - City Council has decided not to rezone a property on Oak Point Road, for now. Sandra Bitar, owner of the property on Oak Point Road, sent a written statement to Council on Monday evening, withdrawing her proposal to rezone the property from R-1A Residential to B-1 General Business. "We have


Animal shelters' reach increasing in Lorain County

Folks at Friendship Animal Protective League expect this year to rescue more than 4,000 animals. "It's going well," said Friendship APL Executive Director Gregory Willey, at the helm for eight years of the 60-year-old organization at 8303 Murray Ridge Road in Elyria. "It's a charity so it's a funny

MORNING JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

Small Business Saturday promotes shopping local

COOPERSTOWN, NY-- Mom-and-pop stores throughout the region are preparing for Small Business Saturday, the day after Black Friday, a fairly recent tradition that promotes shopping at independent, locally-owned, one-of-a-shops. "They're fun to look into, we get to talk to the owners usually who are

WKTV - 2017-11-23 03:11:00

Otsego County 2018 budget has small tax increase

The tentative 2018 budget for Otsego County has been released. Outgoing Otsego County Treasurer Dan Crowell said the $110,271,089 proposal calls for a $11,407,756 tax levy, which reflects a 0.07 percent increase from the 2017 levy. The tentative plan estimates revenues, transfers, fund balance and r


4-H, Santa to host pet photo session

The Otsego 4-H dog club will host its Holiday Pet Pictures with Santa fundraiser at Dog Wild in Cooperstown on Saturday. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., people can bring their furry friends to pose with Kris Kringle, who also happens to be a member of the club. "I think the kids have a lot of fun and it's b

DAILY STAR - 2017-11-22 11:39:45

Bassett doctor discusses Swedish research project

Dr. Paul Jenkins has been a member of Bassett Healthcare Network for 28 years, but his work was in the international research spotlight this fall. The biostatistician spoke Tuesday at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown on his appointment as an honorary doctor at the Faculty of Medicine at Umea Un

DAILY STAR - 2017-11-22 01:14:18